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's dennis murphy. >>> new years 2010 was arriving on a shivery night by miami standards. but temps in the low 60s weren't enough to chill the south beach seamstress. and there was a couple from michigan. paula sadusky and kevin clint. down from detroit for an impulse holiday weekend. >> how did the idea of let's go to the beach brawl come together? >> paula. that was my baby. going down to south beach, that was it. >> down and back. hit the clubs, do some shopping for 2010. >> it was great. we had it all figured out. go to south beach. celebrate the new years. come in on monday. >> come monday, the live-in boyfriend and give pair were not on a trip back home. she was missing. paula, the aspiring leggy model with blond hair down to there had absolutely vanished. looking back, maybe if lady gaga hadn't been booked on new year's eve, paula wouldn't have insisted on that trip to miami and gotten separated. but paula really wanted to see gaga's midnight show. and once down in miami, kevin scored tickets for $700 each. pricey, but whatever baby wants. >> this is the hottest ticket in tow
>> kirk: if you're a miami hurricane game this has wn a tough stretch the last couple of years with some of the issues off the field that they're dealing with, potential or impending sanctions. just kind of a dark cloud hovering over the program. and i think that part of it is the toughest part when you're just waiting. because that can affect recruiting and the vibe of the program as much as anything. i think al golden and his staff doing the best they can t stay positive, continue to try and recruit. there is a lot of young players on this team, they'll be very, very good down the road. >> brent: freeman to the 30 yard line. we take you to a time line and show you what herbie is talking about. t ncaa launched an investigation and this year, ray ray armstrong would have been an outstanding member of the secondary was dismissed. but the penalties may not be until after 2013 signing day. al golden is not involved in anything involving what is going on here with illegal payments to players. in fact, he didn't know about it when he took the job and then the scandal hit. we'll have
trabas del gobierno fue el cierre del consulado en miami, así que tuvieron que ir a otra ciudad. >> estamos hablando de cerca de más de 100 mil venenzolanos a votar. >> el sentimiento es de incertidumbre, los resultados cerrados. >> gracias. >> y hugo chavez tendrá el domingo su mayor reto político, es el candidato único de la oposicion, es formidable, tiene 40 años contra un presidente de 58 años que tuvo cáncer. >> una cosa es lo que el gobierno quiera hacer o pueda hacer es otra. >> tenemos los miembros de las fuerzas armadas, tendremos en tiempo real, en el momento vamos a tener el conteo de resultados. >> enrique capriles hablando con univisión, durante años tratamos de hablar con hugo chavez pero se niega, esta es la ultima entrevista en el 98 chavez promete a univisión y los venenzolanos, varias cosas, promete no nacionalizar nada y entregar el poder en los próximos 5 años. >> el teniente coronel hugo chavez, lo que no logro con balas, lo hizo con votos. >> sobre esta moribunda constitucion, >> durante este año esto me dijo. >> esta dispuesto a entregar el po
, para votar y tratar de cambiar el resultado. eso me ocurriÓ en m vuelo esta maÑana de miami a caracas. francisco hablÓ con aquellos que vienen de lejos para ejercer su derecho a votar. >>> celebran la llegada de su Única hija adriana que vino de lima donde vive y trabaja como constructora. y no solo estÁ de visita vino a votar en estas elecciones. que era responsabilidad conmigo mismo. las elecciones se convierten en el punto de encuentro de muchos venezolano que viven en el que rÍo. y llevan aÑos sin verse. y se fue de venezuela el aÑo 2008 y actualmente viven en oslo noruega. invirtiÓ mucho dinero. para venir al paÍs desde tan lejos. >>> los 2000 dÓlares son una in visiÓn. me hace falta. pero mi paÍs necesita la inversiÓn. mi paÍs necesita los 2000 dÓlares. y necesita mi voto, que se refleja. >>> miles de venezolanos llegan al paÍs votar en los comicios que sienten como clave para tratar de cambiar el destino nacional ante las trabas que el servicio puso en sus elecciones. alrededor de 30.000 lectores han llegado vÍa aÉrea. >>> el venezolano quiere egresar al paÍs.
to resume his campaign schedule tomorrow. he is scheduled to hold rallies in tampa, miami, and jacksonville. he had to cut short his campaign yesterday but is pushing for on the trail wednesday. romney converted an ohio rally today to relieve donation event. for other parts of the north, it is a different story. >> a look at the recovery efforts following this ferocious storm. >> of the orioles players are known for their prowess, but are they taught in their positions in the american league? the answer is coming up in sports. >> >> many people to the north are dealing with enormous problems. some are without power and underwater. >> the damage estimates are now in the billions of dollars. jay gray has the latest from new york city. >> daylight revealed a new jersey shore. rigell with debris and homes ripped from their foundations, the famed boardwalk splintered. this roller-coaster was tossed into the secret >> the level of devastation at the jersey shore is unthinkable. >> entire communities were left under water. residents rode out the storm. >> within 10 minutes, we had four feet of wat
-- headlines don't always tell it, do they? the true story of what happened here in miami was far more troubling, tragic, and bizarre than any headline. and it all happened so fast. >> business was good. beautiful house. great friends. and then it changed in an instant like that. like that. >> to begin with, there was aventura. a brand new town, an upscale suburb actually with clipped green lawns and trophy boats that skirts the northern fringe of miami. among the founding families in this place was the kaufman clan. migrants a generation ago from up north in new york. jerry kaufman came first. >> we are four brothers, lots of children and grandchildren. family's been very close for generations. >> pretty soon aventura of a magnet for a big and even bigger kaufman family including the twins, adam and seth, jerry's nephews. identical, like two halves of one person. seth tried to explain it by describing the day adam cut his finger. >> we're both screaming. and -- my mom said, seth, why are you crying so hysterically? and i said, because it hurts. it was adam's finger. so i truly believe
aboard two recent flights. on saturday, an airplane flling from bosttn to miami wws forced to make an emergency landing in new york aftee three passenger seats came loose shortly after takeoff. then on monday, a light from new york peaded to miami returnnd to j-f-k airport after loose seats were discovered aboard that aircraft. john jara / miami resident "well, we don't have many options, unfortunaaely. it sucks because you have to pay so much money for these flights." the airline has launched an investigation into the inciients. it released a statement that reads in part: "...there could be a possibll issue wwtt a certain model of seats and ow theyyfit into the tracking used to sscure the seats..." adding tt the company's problems, more than 200 pilots conductee what they called ann informational picket in new diacsuk / ameriian airlines pilot"...we're here as professionalssbbcause we want the airline to succeed. the isnnt making the ight ement - decisions, the airline can't pilot says the airline is er - still afe to fly.terry deetz / rettred aaerican ai
salud mental, seis de cada diez personas sufren de depresión en latinoamérica >>en miami lourdes del río nos amplia >>la mitad de las personas no saben que lo padecen, por eso no tienen el apoyo para superarla >>uno ve que todo vuelve a su normalidad. correcto, los problmeas estan ahí, pero uno aprende a lidiar con eso >>esto puede hacerse recurrente o cronica y tiene que ver con la capacidad de enfrentar los retos diarios >>si es tratado se puede evitar un evento como un suicido. >>ha que evitar y cambiar conductas, como la alimentación el ejercicio. >>a pesar de que el 5% padece al condición en latinoamérica no buscan el tratamiento. >>más mujeres que hombres la padecen. el tratamiento iniciar es psicologico. >>si estas medidas no surten efecto debemos buscar fármacos autorizados >>la depresión es un problema común la clave es diagnósticarlo y tratarlo >>el estadounidenses de origen egipcio autor de video que critica el islam se presento en corte y debe volver a la cárcel por violar la libertad condiciónal >>el gobierno de estados unidos advierte que a dueños de automovil
to go home to. tom costello. >> reporter: more trouble for american airlines. first, a boston to miami flight had to make an emergency landing sunday after several rows of seats came loose. the airline says new seats had been installed and the track may have been defective, forcing the pilots to radio in an emergency. >> during climbout, rows, passenger seats rows 12 "d," "e" and "f" came loose out of the floor. passengers are unable to sit in that seat. >> reporter: then today more seats came loose on a new york to miami flight that had to turn back. the airline is now proactively inspecting six more 757s. yet another black eye as the bankrupt airlines on-time arrival numbers plunging from 82% in september 2011 to just 58% this september. compared to 86% at southwest. and 88% at delta. american blames the slowdown on union pilots writing up trivial maintenance issues. the pilots blame the airlines' old planes. but passengers are losing their patience. from chicago -- >> if they don't fly i don't have a status on another airline. so it's a big issue for me. >> reporter: to miami. >> sh
last night in miami. the story tonight from nbc's mark potter. >> greenberg is on deck and ready for his one at-bat. >> reporter: to the roar of the stadium crowd, the dream of a lifetime was about to come true, and the miami fans are suddenly on fire. ♪ for adam greenberg, it has taken seven long years to find this moment. >> adam greenberg in the box. and here we go. >> reporter: the road here began in 2005 when greenberg was a rookie with the chicago cubs and his career collapsed on his first time at bat. >> oh, my goodness. let's hope he's okay. >> reporter: greenberg was not okay. he had suffered a disabling head injury. for years he tried to battle back. his story caught the attention of matt liston, a passionate fan, who began a campaign to give greenberg another chance. this week the miami marlins signed him to a one-day contract with one time at bat. >> so this is just -- this is just great. >> reporter: now at age 31, his moment is here. greenberg's family is overcome as he faces one of the toughest pitchers in the major leagues. >> first pitch, strike one. and greenb
security lines. big, crowded airports like miami international, the pressure of delivering 100,000 stressed out passengers safely to their destination every day makes for no shortage of human drama, as my co-anchor bill weir discovered. >> reporter: let's say you're on a flight into miami. and the guy next to you comes completely unhinged. >> sir, i need you to take a seat right now. >> i paid a lot of money for this seat. >> reporter: w atch flight attendants struggle for control, what you'll never see, what you ever see is an airport the size of a small city spring from defense to offense in a blink. bolds move as word spreads. >> all right, guys, go ahead. it's on you. >> reporter: from pilot to tower, where intense eyes flick past the 1,500 camera feeds to find that corner of the runway known as the penalty box. there, while engines wind, guns approach, held by miami-dade cops. >> rear guard, go around. >> reporter: and since this is an international flight, customs and border patrol. >> put your hands up! put your hands on top of your head. >> reporter: all of us on the plane knew this
of a much older miami beach. no, we need to go back 50 years or more when caddies with ta tail fins were pulling into the newest places on the coast. the fountain blue. a hotel wheeler dealer named ben novak built it, and they came. steven gaines wrote about it in his book, "fool's paradise." ♪ >> it became a destination for the rat pack, for frank sinatra, the major stars were appearing at the found fountain blue. >> novak needed a queen to preside over his aqua-colored palace. he found one in a former coca-cola model named bernice. with her beauties a-- with her butte and charm, she was the perfect celebrity to make the fountain blue the scene of its day. ben and bernice lived over the store in a suite. then along came their young prince, ben novak jr. >> he was a spoiled kid. he was a brat. >> ben jr., don't call him benji, would be trotted out to shake hands with the likes of jfk, then it was back up the hotel zeelevator to home. birthday cakes came from room service. >> the kids who came to the birthday party were strange force him. just kids who were passing through the hotel. >>
. . >>> good saturday to you, i'm craig melvin coming from our studios wtvj in miami, florida. ten days till election day and we are here in the sunshine state. this is the first day of in-person early voting. it's a process that's not been without controversy in this election year. any time you have controversy in an election year in the state of florida, it's worth taking a close look. voters at some locations today waiting as long as 2 1/2 hours to cast their ballots. i went to two early voting stations in pembroke pines. i talked to people about why they wanted to cast their ballot before november 6th. >> i don't want to lose an opportunity. you never know what can happen. i want to be here and vote. >> voting is important to me. you should not wait. it's something that you should do. >> i'm scared of the outcome of this election. i don't like the politics, the campaigning and i want to make sure my vote is counted as early as possible. >> she had lots of company in florida early voting today. how this has become such a game-changer. first to the campaign trail where president obama is i
went through hurricane andrew in 1992 having grown up in miami, you go through a lot of these kinds of storms. when they are vicious like this there's really no way to prepare other than to hunker down and get your supplies in place. but you don't think about the downed trees and how long the power might be out. >> right. >> because the crews have to get to the sources, and that's difficult for them to do to restore power, and you think about the inconveniences of that. with andrew we were out of power for about three weeks, which is when it is really, really hot in miami people had to stay cool and in virginia where they have snow, you have to think about no heat. >> that's right. >> imagine that without any heat. >> a lot of buildings are heated with steam there, so -- >> right. that might be helpful, but you won't be able to use any sort of warming devices or space heaters, and in new york a lot of that is necessary. >> the global warming deniers is like, oh it's a hoax now. >> it's totally absurd. but people need to keep in mind that just because the storm itse
will be bidding against miami for super bowl 50. the runner up will be placed into the bid for super bowl 51. we are hopeful we will win 50. if we are the runner up we would be put against houston for 51. that is how it will work. we look forward to the challenge. >> one other question, may be premature. with the out-of-towners, have you thought about how, if everything is based in san francisco, how the people will get down to santa clara? how that will work? >> we have talked about it and look forward to using the great public transportation. caltrans, great buss that are every morning picking up san franciscans, taking them down to silicon valley. we feel confident and confident we can make that happen in working with sf travel and the other visitor's bureaus down in the peninsula and south bay. we feel confident we can make that happen. >> i would say you see all the seismic retrofitting with the bay bridges, that is another reason why. >> everyone is from san francisco. the tag line was like go sf super bowl. the game will be in santa clara. what exactly is san francisco's involvement. are
walk to school. over the weekend, her bacack was discovered six miamis away. wednesday's discovery came just hours after police cleared jessica's parents as suspects. >> after thoroughly looking at the parents, we're confident they're not involved in the disappearance of jessica ridgeway. the focus shifts to an unknown suspect, as we think she was abducted. >> reporter: now, the police focus is on finding a suspect and identifying the body. and for the family and friends of the girl with the blonde hair and the pink aeropurple glasses, who loved math and gym class, their hope is gone. last night, before word that a body had been discovered, people gathered in indianapolis, missouri, with a prayer vigil. prayers they now know were not answered. >> it took hours to report jessica missing. her mother works overnight and didn't hear the phone when the school called to say she hadn't shown up. >>> the other big story this morning. it is sure to be a pressure-packed day for the vice presidential candidates. >> they face off tonight in danville, kentucky, where the faceoff is being billed as t
>>> and a good saturday afternoon to you from the studios of our nbc station, wtvj in miami. we are here in battleground florida, where the presidential polls show mitt romney and barack obama running in a statistical dead heat. so for the campaigns, it's now all about the ground game. they're trying to get their supporters to the polls and get them there early. today is the first day of in-person early voting here in the sunshine state. no shortage of organizations working to get people to vote as soon as they can here. earlier today, i had a chance to talk with a few of the folks who decided to cast their ballots on this first day of voting. >> i work, and i don't want to be in all of the waiting and the lines and everything. >> i was with my mom, and she decided to go early, and i wanted to vote so, i went with her. >> i think i'm working election day. so i figured i'd come out a little early, get it done now. >> we'll have much more on the impact of early voting coming up here in just a few moments. >>> first, though, the very latest on hurricane sandy. we'll get to the hurr
up. miami, your wind gusting to 35, even 40 miles an hour at times today and rain, clouds, across the northeast. air travel delays. we'll get to those coming up, natasha, in 20 minutes. >> bob, thank you. >>> a man shocked his family when he shoepd up as his own funeral. plus, apple finally revealed its new mini ipad but the real surprise was something entirely different. [ male announcer ] break the grip of aches or arthritis pain with odor free aspercreme. powerful medicine relieves pain fast, with no odor. so all you notice is relief. aspercreme. >>> time for today's salute to to the troops. join me here. >> hi, my name is casey. i want to send out a big salute to my husband josh kash. he is a pilot in the u.s. navy with raging bulls fighter squadron here on virginia beach. i wanted to let him know i'm so very proud of him for all his hard work, bravery, and overwhelming love for his country. i also wanted to thank him for the endless sacrifices he makes in order to defend our great nation. it's because of great men and women like him that we live so freely in the good old usa.
in new york. coming up, deadly collapse, the search for victims continues after a miami parking garage collapses, killing at least two people. this is the "cbs morning news". least two people. this is the "cbs morning news". we think some things are worth getting up early for like a better breakfast so on august eighth we woke up a sleepy town to show that eating well can be easy and delicious with jennie-o turkey bacon and sausage cooked thoroughly to 165 definitely very good it's excellent this is delicious makes me want to eat breakfast more it's time for a better breakfast i can't stop eating this make the switch look for jennie-o at a store near you you've been there. you pick out a makeup thinking it's your shade until you actually try it out. now, i have a make up that always gets it right. announcer: smart shade make up instantly adjust to match perfectly to your skin. only from almay. only for me. >>> at least two construction workers are dead in the collapse of a miami parking garage. one other construction worker is unaccounted for. eight others were injured. rescuers expect
mudarse >>> los venezolanos estÁn con temblando la idea de mudarse con todo su capital y miami serÍa el destino mref ruido >> preferido en caracas >>> ellos acababan de terminar un proyecto donde 80 mil empresarios se iban a salir, 80 mil empresarios se iban a salir >>> muchos xerexpertos como raÚ socorro no eso pe vo qperÓ que die sucediera >>> el estado provocÓ esta quiebra, y no pagar deudas y llevar forzada la empresa a la quiebra y luego viene la persecuciÓn de sus ejecutivos que entre esos joyo, y salÍ del paÍs >>> otra cosa que me llama la atenciÓn que el tipo que llama esta vez no llamaba tiene su profesiÓn en venezuela su vida estable es clase media noto que el interÉs es una inversiÓn hasta mÁximo de 250 mil dÓlares >>> el a95% de venezolanos que viven en miami no regresan con o sin chÁvez en el poder, desde miami florida galo arrellano univisiÓn >>> a propÓsito de venezuela el presidente chÁvez anunciÓ los cambios desde su cuenta de twitter, chÁvez fondo bro nombÓ general nÉstor un puesto clave para combatir el creÍ peimen la principal queja de los venezo
a alguien que me ayudara. >>> ella y su padre pidieron ayuda a negocios en miami y una clara explicaciÓn de por quÉ la joven querÍa aprender Árabe y estudiar en el medio oriente. aunque la ak desem cademia ofrÓ y ayuda financiera. la familia no tenÍa los fondos necesarios para lograr su meta. hasta que recordaron que las botellas son efectivamente un recurso que muy conveniente para enviar mensajes y peticiones. les faltaba reunir.12. 400 dÓlares. y ahÍ es donde, como decia. papi me falta tan poquito. >>> decidieron decorar por largas jornadas 100 botellas y colocarlas en sitios estratÉgicos y seguros su prioridad que alguien encontrara esas botellas y que leyeran el mensaje que semi sacaba ayuda econÓmica. y una joven anÓnima se encontro con una. estimen saj llegÓ a un periÓdico local de miami y ese periÓdico llego a jordania. la llamaron y le dijeron. no vas a pagar nada y te vamos a recibir como una hÉroe. >>> nado esto lo hubiera logrado sin este antecedente. incluido este diploma de excelencia, enviado por el expresidente george w bush. >>> la educacion guÍa ha crear la
comppasada. >> volviÓ a suceder el sÁbado cuando un vuelo entre boston y miami fue desviado hacia el aeropuerto john f kennedy hacia nueva york, ocurriÓ nuevamente el lunes en un vuelo entre nueva york y miami, el aviÓn tuvo que regresar al aeropuerto kennedy. durante este Último vuelo el piloto se comunicÓ a la torre de control y dijo lo siguiente: (comunicado en pantalla). >> para muchos es motivo de preocupaciÓn porque hace pensar en la seguridad de aviones de estos y otras aerolÍneas. >> para muchos no deja de ser peligroso y hace pensar en los aviones de estas y otras aerolÍneas. pero ya tiene una respuesta. >> hoy dÍa en un comunicado dijo que: >> nuestros equipos de mantenimiento e ingenieros descubrieron que la causa que no estaba debidamente instalada en la base. tambiÉn asegurÓ que el tipo se utiliza solamente en 47 de los 102 aviones de la aerolÍnea. >> en miami carmen d. telemundo. >> el partido demÓcrata celebra la decisiÓn de un juez que bloqueÓ hasta despuÉs de las elecciones de novela ley que obliga a los votantes a presentar una identificaciÓn oficial
in >>> warriors begin their new season tomorrow in phoenix. the nba's regular campaign started tonight in miami. heat raising their championship banner. lebron gets his first title ring. miami hosted boston. second quarter. lebron for thally oop. their new possession. new heat guard ray allen. he had 19 off the bench. heat the winners. >>> how about the new look lakers with steve nash, kobe bryant and dwight howard. later in the first quarter, pau gasol to howard. the mavs foiled l.a.'s garden party. mavs win 99-91. >>> braden has decided to become a free agent rather than go to the minor leagues. a's outfielder reddick won a gold glove today. since oakland outfielder since duane murphy in 1985. >>> i have in my hand the tuesday night top five. ray allen saying hello to his former team the celtics. kevin garnett. garnett wasn't interested in saying hello at all. >>> number four in soccer a header you're supposed to hit the ball accident not your teammate. >>> defender goes 40 yards. it was just practice. alex smith questioned reporters who questioned his confidence. harbaugh called the reporter
cross cuba. that's the latest forecast keeping it as as category 1 storm. just off the miami coast. miami, maybe 50-60 mile an hour winds. not a direct hit for them, but still some impact for the miami area and portions of south florida. it moves up and then back out to sea. well, the latest models bringing it up and back in, believe it or not, as it interacts with a big area of low pressure on land. so we're going to watch this very cloesely and it's where tht interaction takes place that could bring that storm up towards our way or up towards boston. here's our latest thinking here with this storm. saturday, no problems here. i think saturday is looking like a pretty nice day with increasing clouds. biggest threat. you have a low threat from this storm and towards the carolinas and a pretty high threat along the north carolina close, especially the outerbanks. as we move on sunday, a high threat along the delmarva. if the storm is able to come in towards our area, a little bit quicker, and i think this could happen to us. we have a very high threat of wind and rain. even around t
semana después de añso el piloto hico declaracioens en un canal de miami . >> si pudiera viajar en una máquina del tiempo bajaria al os mucchachos de los aviones que se derribaron . >> también habla de su vida en miami ,dice extrañar a amigos e familiares y reconoce la situación precaria que vive, pero aún así no asume su culpa porque la decisión del derrivo de las avionetas no fue de él . >> que se juzgue por sus acciones . >> maría es hermana de uno de los pilotos que murió en el accidente, no cree en las palabras de rocket. >> por un lado no sabía lo que estaba pasando por otro lado dice que si lo tuviera que hacer otra vez lo haría . >> probablemente la persona que más tenga que decir es anar margarita, la mujer con quién se casó por parte de su fachada y luego la abandono'. >> tiene lo que se merece por la decisión que hizo, como tiene el alma vendidaal diablo vive el infierno . >> habla de la posibilidad de vender un reloj rolex que compró en estados unidos, el profesor es experto en asuntos cubanos . >>e sto demuestra el fracaso de la revolución, no le ha dado l
venenzolanos salieron de miami, ciudad de donde salió y emprendieron el viaje a nueva orleans. > 40 autobuses, 16 van con 15 pasajeros. >> estos ciudadanos viajan 900 millas porque el consulado de venehzuyela en miami fue cerrado. >> ellos me pidieron que llamar aal alcalde. >> se estima que 7000 venenzolanos votarian en nueva orleand. >> para que tengan idea es una distancia de madrid a paris, pero según los venenzolanos el motivo lo amerita. >> los venenzolanos residentes de 4 estados votarian ahí. >> arlen amaro, univisión. >> es el esfuerzo que hacen miles de venenzolanos para poder votar, en este momento ya se esta votando en australia, quiero recordarles que mañana tendremos una edición especial de al punto con su madre, tendremos esas entrevistas quye nos da hucho chavez, a lo largo de los boletines seguimos paso a paso, sigo pensando que pocas veces he vistoo un país tan dividido, buenas noches desde caracas. >> grtacias jorge desde mañana pendientes y temprano con la información, y el desenlace de una eotia historia que mantuvo a los integrantes separados. >> y el promedio m
estan autorizadas. >>en conclusion la depresión es algo común >>en miami florida lourdes del río. >>y el estadounidenses de origen egipcio autor de video polemico por burlas al islam, en corte hoy y se le ordeno vovler a la cárcel por violar la libertad condiciónal >>y la mayoría de las bolsa de carros, serian falsas >>la empresa toyota anuncia retiro de miles de vehículos en europa, afectga a más de diez modelos entre ellos corolla y yaris. >>personas mueren cuando parte de estacionamiento colpasa en miami dade la florida, tratan de rescatar a personas y buscan víctimas. >>ilia que nos tienes para esta noche >>hace una semana escuchamos lo que sucede con lance armostrong, se anuncio un reporte que confirma el uso de sustancias prohibidas por el deportista. >>también en el salvaor el progrmaa conocido como vaso de leche ha sacado de la desnutricion a miles de niños. >>interésante, un video que muestra a una supuesta monja robando cerveza y botellas de agua en un supermercado esta rompiendo record de visitas en la red, se desconoce si se trata de verdad de una monja o no >>jóve
ustedes. >>> gracias lourdes del rÍo desde miami. es interesante lourdes lo que acabas de hacer. ver ese lugar, practicomente vacÍo, y con gente muy triste, y luego ver las imÁgenes de los simpatizantes, miles de ellos de hugo chÁvez en el centro de la ciudad y les vamos a presentar mÁs adelante es impresionante. sobre el nÚmero de votantes, venezolanos en el exterior. la ley en este paÍs dice que primero se tiene que dar el resultado en venezuela. y luego tarde conoceremos sin relevancia el resultado de los venezolanos en el exterior. resultado que hasta el momento no se ha hecho pÚblico. pero hablando de venezolanos en el exterior. hubo un enorme esfuerzo de venezolanos en el sur de la florida. que viajaron hacia el consulado de nueva orleans porque el de miami fue cerrado y ahÍ en nueva orleans se encuentra pedro rojas. pedro. >>> asÍ es jorge, buenas noches. justamente en este consulado hubo momentos cÁlidos al final cuando se cerrÓ el centro de votaciÓn en nueva orleans. y tiene que ver algunas personas, 100 votantes no lograron votar y esto debido que llegaron muy tarde
general en la ciudad de miami, siguen interesados en el proceso que vive su paÍs en el dia de hoy, estamos en directo desde miami con parte de la comunidad exiliada. >>> en efecto, toda esta gente que ven aquÍ en el arepazo. la mayorÍa de ellos militares o civiles se consideran perseguidos mÍticos polÍticos Á y han visto en este lugar el refugio. tienen suesperanza que los resultados van a sacar a hugo chÁvez del gobierno. estÁ hecha entre dos candidatos que son invictos, ninguno de los dos ni capriles ni chÁvez han perdido elecciÓn. ellos piensan que hugo chÁvez esta noche se va a quedar sin trabajo y va a pasar a en fwgro la lista de desempleados. la ansiedad continÚa, con esto regresamos a caracass venezuela. >>> muchas gracias, los dejo con cifras importante, casi 19 millones de venezolanos estÁn habilitados para votar el dÍa de hoy, en el exterior mÁs de 100.000 en 88 paÍses podrian votar. en venezuela mÁs de 50 mil policÍas y militares garantizan la seguridad de los comicios preso ken d presidenciales del siete de octubre. falta ver como se rrÁn anunciad los resulta
to take you down to the south because already, the first from sandy moving into miami. there are tropical storm warnings out. see the bahamas, at the center of it will be moving across cuba with some very heavy next 24 hours. the track -- here is the probability of the track-we will out to our east. as long as there on that side, any of theet terrible effects that may parts of long island into in the weekende next week. a long way away. that is the reason for the uncertainty. windy and breezy when some showers, that is a 50-50 chance. it is minimal. not look like a repeat isabel. temperaturesbut tomorrow above average. from sandy will not l late sunday or monday. for the marine corps marathon, it will be fine. temperatures in the 60's. running weather. the impact as well as to our not until monday or tuesday. quite a bit of uncertainty. >> what is going on with the world series? >> it is interesting. folks in san francisco are bit of it.y the wizards take on the heat. london is in a fog. history is on the line. [ male announcer ] jay likes it when his mobile phone helps him depososit his
serÁ nada menos que con el campeo Ón heat de miami, durante la pretemporada, los celtics realizaron algunos partidos de practica incluyendo un campamento en europa. pero la hora de la verdad se inicia esta noche desde las 8 cuando el heat en su fortÍn del american airlines arena de miami reciben al quinteto de boston. esta noche a las once entre otras noticias les tendremos el resumen del futbol local con imagenes y reacciones de los nuevos campeones de la liga bolivia de vamos a una pausa, pero ya regresamo mientras tanto en maryland, especificam ente en ocean city, el gobernador comenzo a evaluar los daÑos causados por sandy.. . claudia uceda nos trae lo ultimo. recorrido del alcalde de washington por areas afectadas por sandy. mientras en ocean city maryland una de las zonas mas afectadas por la emergencia comienza la evaluacion de danos. residentes de virginia, aunque uno
. minneapolis, 49, chicago, 63. if that is your cup of tea, go down to miami. personally, i enjoy the snow. >> 26 days and counting until day and the race is tightening as mitt romney and to thent obama take trail.n getting a better look at 3) run states. to a survey, mitt in colorado but still trails in wisconsin and virginia, but had made of ground in both. >> the tight race upping the for tonight's vice- presidential debate. biden and paul ryan square tonight from kentucky. the debate is already being dumped the thrill in the vill. .> this was not a bad night he did not show up. i said, there is no doubt i can make a better case, which is why i am looking forward to tuesday. is it possible you have the election wrapped up then? no. >> we invite you to log onto wjla.com/react to get some of your instant reaction. >> there is a new jobs report to the firedd fuel , adding to last week's report. learning that jobless the low level to in four years. people found for item on the last week. anything below 375,000 job market growth. following a developing story from reagan national this morning
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